BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles scheduled to arrive in stores next week (April 20, 2011). Take the jump for an early look at Malignant Man #1, Stan Lee’s Soldier Zero #7, 28 Days Later #22, Darkwing Duck #11, and Mickey Mouse #307.
The last time I read Soldier Zero, I was none too impressed, marking the book at just above average. Issue five marks the beginning of a new story-line from a new writer/artist team – can it re-capture my interest? Find out after the jump!
Press Release BOOM! Studios’ all-time bestselling title STAN LEE’S SOLDIER ZERO gets a change of “DnA” as Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning take over from Paul Cornell on scripting duties beginning with SOLDIER ZERO #5. Super hot writing duo Abnett and Lanning will pick up and run with Cornell’s ongoing ideas and also inject plenty of their own.
This week sees the release of the third issue of Soldier Zero, the first of the titles to come out of the partnership between Stan Lee and BOOM! Studios. Around this time, one would expect the forming of plots and the happening of interesting events. Is all that going on in this book? Find out after the jump!
BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving November 17, 2010. Take the jump for the latest on Stan Lee’s Soldier Zero #2, Darkwing Duck, and many more.
This week sees the release of Soldier Zero #1 from BOOM! Studios. The company sent along a sneak peek of the issue, along with previews of Darkwing Duck, The Calling: Cthulhu Chronicles #4, Donald Duck and Friends #359, Farscape #12, and many more.
The much hyped Stan Lee/BOOM! Studios teaming kicks off next week with Soldier Zero #1 from Paul Cornell and Javier Pina (under the guidance of Stan Lee). With all the hype surrounding these new titles, does BOOM! knock it out of the park? Do they even make it to first base? Here’s your early review of Soldier Zero #1.
With all the hype surrounding the news that Stan Lee and Boom! Studios have teamed for three new series, we thought you might want a sneak peek of Stan Lee’s Soldier Zero #1 to see what all the hubbub is about.
BOOM! Studios and POW! Entertainment have unveiled all of the covers to the first issue of Stan Lee’s Soldier Zero #1. Paul Cornell and Javier Pina are the team bringing Stan Lee’s vision to life, and the first issue feature art from Trevor Hairsine, Phil Noto, and more.